Monthly Archives: April 2014

River Devon update

I have been out on the River since the beginning of the season but have met few other anglers willing to brave the cold and the brutal winds at the weekends. My own visits to the river have only been a … Continue reading

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Glenquey update

A work party up at Glenquey just before the season opening day saw fishing rising close into the dam; it therefore came as no surprise that right from the off there have been a number of reports of fish being … Continue reading

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Invasive species

The DAA work parties expend a huge effort during the summer trying to cut down the masses of Himalayan Balsam along the banks of the summer before it turns to seed. The Ochils Landscape Partnership [OLP] have taken on a large programme … Continue reading

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Just what are the RFFT up to?

Well actually as usual, quite a lot 🙂 Oh aye RFFT? Well that is the River Forth Fisheries Trust, which was formed in 2009 as a registered charity. It is intended to  “to advance for public benefit environmental protection and improvement by … Continue reading

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Ochils Festival – 1st to 30th June 2014

The Ochils Landscape Partnership have announced details of their Ochils Festival which will run through the whole of June this year. All the events are free and include a  number of events to be held around and about the River … Continue reading

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